The move recognizes Merrill's Marauders' "bravery and outstanding service in the jungles of Burma during World War II."
Gunnery Sgt. Charles Shaw died Oct. 29, 1979, at 62.
Two sailors received the Navy and Marine Corps Medal, the service's highest non-combat lifesaving award.
Two pararescuemen assigned to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base received the Bronze Star medal with Valor earlier this month.
The Marauders were named for Brig. Gen. Frank Merrill, who led the Army unit as it fought behind Japanese lines in Burma.
The ceremony honored the actions of two crews from the 40th Combat Aviation Brigade.
Sgt. Maj. Thomas "Patrick" Payne is the first living member of Delta Force to receive the nation's highest award for valor.
Seventy-five years ago, 70,000 Marines battled for control of the island of Iwo Jima.
He labored 30 grueling hours, fighting through his own shrapnel wounds to save the lives of dozens, perhaps hundreds, of men.
Sgt. Chasen Brown ignored the bullets and tried to save as many as he could during the country’s worst mass shooting.
A Coast Guard officer has been identified as one of two service members who died Friday in the crash of a T-6B Texan II...
Clint Lorance hopes to revamp the military justice system that convicted him of war crimes.
The company produce garments for the Navy and the Army.
The second person killed in a military plane that crashed in Alabama on Friday was a Navy instructor pilot, officials...
The crash came less than a week after the Navy closed out the fiscal year without a single aviation-related fatality.